In this fascinating conversation today with guest, Joseph O’Connor, will have you thinking deeply about your own brain, habits, and emotional intelligence. Joseph O’Connor is a prolific author of many books but in today’s conversation, we’re diving into his most recent publication, Coaching the Brain: Practical Applications of Neuroscience to Coaching.
World-renowned global expert on project management Antonio Nieto Rodriguez is featured on this episode and I am honored to have him. Antonio is the author of Harvard Business Review Project Management Handbook: How to Launch, Lead, and Sponsor Successful Projects which is a must-read for any organization.
Through her unusual and amazing experiences, today’s guest brings a unique perspective to organizations when it comes to attracting and retaining talent. In a challenging market, there’s a big fight for talent and companies need to have a solid strategy in making sure they’re doing the right things to find and keep the right people.
Contrary to the popular saying, “You can’t change other people, you can only change yourself,” today’s guests explain otherwise. Authors of You Can Change Other People, Peter Bregman and Howie Jacobson join the podcast today to share their insight and how true leadership is in fact changing others for the better.
The CEO of any size company must be prepared to drive and grow the business. But it takes a whole lot more than just focusing on the results. That’s what today’s guest is passionate about and in our conversation today, Deborah Coviello explains the CEO’s Compass.
Communication is a foundational skill that is crucial to any professional in any industry, but it is often the thing we struggle with the most. How can we become better and more confident with not only presentations, but communication as a whole? And with the words of today’s guest, “How would the world change if you were an excellent communicator?”